East and West combined 94 years ago when Scotland's town planning expert Sir Patrick Geddes met India's most famous writer Rabindranath Tagore.
“Dr Livingstone, I presume”
- Henry Morton Stanley, upon meeting Livingstone - who had lost contact with the outside world 6 years earlier - in Tanzania.
India, one of the world’s most ancient civilizations, has developed into one of the world’s leading economies.
The importance of cities is at the very centre of the increasingly complex world that we live in.
Social enterprises are such an integral part of all our futures, and Scotland has fully embraced their importance for several years.
Students from Scotland and India recently came together to work on an exciting new fashion show
Scotland celebrates as it is named one of the world's first Fair Trade Nations.
As a nation, Scotland has and continues to stand up against racism.
Nine innovative Scottish arts projects are set to benefit from a partnership between Scotland and India as part of a core British Council programme.